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Dr. Brown comes your way life from Loveland, CO, taking your calls and questions including: Is it right to receive a full-time salary for ministry work? Is it idolatry to make any physical depiction of Jesus? Does the Hebrew of Gen 1:26 really speak of a plurality in the Godhead? Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: The word is true. The word is clear. We may not understand it all, but we believe what’s written.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Whatever question you have, ultimately, God has the answer. God is the answer!


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Where Is Your Jewish Ministry Money Going? (And Answers to Your Jewish Questions)

  1. re: Ashkenazic Jews
    An article I recently read said that all Ashkenazic Jews came from a group of 350 Jews in the middle ages, and all Ashkenazic Jews are (I think, at least 30th) cousins.

  2. I would point out that, if not for the Crusades, all of Europe would be Muslim. The Crusades began with the Reconquista and the various movements against Islamic imperialism, long before the Catholic Church led the effort to liberate Palestine. If Charles Martell and the others did not “take up the cross” and fight, if there were no Christian warriors fighting in the name of Jesus, all of us here would be Muslim, all of the West. Perhaps the US, too. Who would have stopped the horde from reaching Great Britain?

  3. Though full time ministers of the gospel are ordained to receive for their work, that they may live of the gospel, it’s another thing to use that power. It’s something they are not required to do.Some might prefer not to, and that is their reward. (see I Cor 9)

  4. I find it interesting to hear people talk about the deity of Jesus. So often I will listen and not quite be sure of what they are talking about concerning the deity of Christ.

    I was with what was called a cult, a Christian organization which held church meetings in homes, and the organization had a book in print, titled
    “Jesus Christ is Not God.”, which was all about Jesus being the Son of God. The author of the book which was also the founder of the organization, confessed that he did not believe Jesus was co-equal or co-eternal with God, but this I only noticed in one place in the book. All the rest of the book was about Jesus being the Son of God according to the scripture, and all that was not denied at all.

    I believe one man might read the book and say, “They deny the deity of Christ.”, while another man who just read it might say, “Are you crazy? It’s all about his deity.”

    One thing I know, and it was marvelous thing, and that is when this organization ran foundational classes, nearly all new students spoke in tongues in the last session of the class, and it was for real. They received the very gift of the Holy Spirit.

    I had never witnessed speaking in tongues in any church before hearing it in one of their home fellowships, and I had never heard it taught about with any depth growing up in a Lutheran church, where I heard so much more about Jesus being God, about the Holy Spirit being a person, and other things concerning the Trinity. They had all that, but no tongues.

    And in our foundational class….nothing at all mentioned about the Holy Spirit being a person. We simply read the Bible, learned from it, believed it, and spoke in tongues.

    Could it be that the Trinity was more important to people than it was to God? We certainly were not taught it in the “cult”. We had no real interest in it. For the most part, we didn’t like it, and we avoided it.

  5. It seems to me that this is something about worship. It’s at the very least about honor.

    Matt 22:19-21
    Shew me the tribute money. And they brought unto him a penny.
    And he saith unto them, Whose is this image and superscription?
    They say unto him, Caesar’s. Then saith he unto them, Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s; and unto God the things that are God’s.

  6. Here’s a question:

    Did Jesus speak of a plurality in the Godhead in Matt 23:43-45, or did he completely avoid the subject?

  7. If I remember a presentation I watched correctly, Ashkenazic Jews had maintained a .5% rate of marrying outsiders, the only Khazarians who converted were some of the nobility (not the entire nation), and the Khazarian genes are found mostly or only within the Ashkenazic Levites (this might be a theory, but the explanation for this was: being that the converts were of noble stock, they tried to become Cohens, but were disallowed, and settled for becoming Levites).

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